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Fourplay & David Sanborn – Tokyo Jazz (2008)

Fourplay & David Sanborn - Live at Tokyo Jazz Festival (2008)

Cool joint performance by Fourplay & David Sanborn – Live at Tokyo Jazz Festival (2008). A wonderful concert, great musicians and an amazing performance of the hit of Marcus Miller – “Maputo”.

Fourplay & David Sanborn – Live in Tokyo (2008)

Fourplay & David Sanborn – Live at Tokyo Jazz Festival (2008) #fourplay1. Maputo2. You Don't Know Me3. Come On, Come OverBob James – pianoNathan East – bass, vocalsLarry Carlton – guitarHarvey Mason – drumsDavid Sanborn – saxRicky Peterson – keyboardsSam Moore – vocalsLarry Etkin – trumpetDan Cipriano – saxKiyoshi Ohno – baritone saxTaisei Aoki – trombone

Опубликовано Music is Life Пятница, 23 августа 2019 г.

Fourplay & David Sanborn – Live at Tokyo Jazz Festival (2008)
1. Maputo
2. You Don’t Know Me
3. Come On, Come Over

Fourplay & David Sanborn - Live at Tokyo Jazz Festival (2008)
David Sanborn and Nathan East

Bob James – piano
Nathan East – bass, vocals
Larry Carlton – guitar
Harvey Mason – drums
David Sanborn – sax
Ricky Peterson – keyboards
Sam Moore – vocals
Larry Etkin – trumpet
Dan Cipriano – sax
Kiyoshi Ohno – baritone sax
Taisei Aoki – trombone

Bob James and David Sanborn
Bob James and David Sanborn
www.fourplayjazz.com | www.davidsanborn.com

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